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July 8, 2010
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project :: ginaagnes.com

July 7, 2010

Author Tina McAllister approached me about a one page site design for her book, Gina Agnes. I read Gina Agnes a year ago, so I was really excited to work with Tina on this project. Gina Agnes is the story of a girl who was found as a baby in a pew, at Saint Agnes [...]

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project :: woof-thebook.com

July 6, 2010

When author Tina McAllister approached me about a one-page design for her latest book, Woof! The Book, I jumped at the opportunity. Working with Tina McAllister is always a pleasure, as we seem to have very similar tastes in design. And when she said she wanted me to illustrate the main character for her book, [...]

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project :: brady & associates redesign

June 8, 2010

Every now & then, I have the privilege of working with local {Kansas City} clientele. Although my KC clients are a fraction of my clientele, their projects are the most extensive. And Brady & Associates was my most extensive website project to date. Brady & Associates has been providing staffing productivity benchmarking and variance resolution services to [...]

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project :: marlonandsyreeta.com

June 1, 2010

Marlon & Syreeta Smith needed a logo & blog design for their new venture: Covenant Keepers, Inc. Once we finished their logo design, it was time to move on → to the blog design. Marlon & Syreeta had a clear vision for their blog & already had the various sections laid out – from the different [...]

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wordpress :: make your post sticky

May 28, 2010

What is a sticky post? Essentially, it is a blog post that you stick to the top of your blog. A blog is normally ordered by date, from the most recent blog post {at the top/beginning} to the oldest blog post {at the bottom/end}. A sticky post will be featured at the top of the [...]

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facebook :: import your blog posts

May 27, 2010

UPDATE: This tutorial is no longer current. When Facebook recently updated their site, they removed the options that are shown in this tutorial (probably because their blog import system didn’t work consistently). So if you are interested in importing your blog posts into Facebook automatically, I recommend the RSS Graffiti application. You can read a [...]

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project :: a logo for Covenant Keepers Inc.

May 27, 2010

I have some catching up to do on my portfolio, so let’s get going… Marlon & Syreeta Smith made the decision to go into business together. When the Smiths contacted me, they explicitly defined… …their company: Covenant Keepers, Inc. …their purpose: “To create a GLOBAL movement of positive and healthy relationships, with special focus on families [...]

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tumble… into inspiration

May 26, 2010

I see so many inspirational photographs, paintings, graphic designs, etc. online, and although bookmarking them was working okay, the designer in me wanted a way to present them visually. Like an online journal, that I can look through and get inspiration for projects. So, I turned to tumblr. Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform, which simply [...]

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finding your style

May 20, 2010

As a designer, in any medium, there is one element that is vital to your success: finding your style. Defining your style helps you to build a brand around yourself. All well-known designers are known for their style. If your style isn’t unique and representative across your designs, people will have trouble identifying your work. On the [...]

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creative block over :: glimpse new redesign in progress

May 3, 2010

A teeny glimpse of bellafaith design’s redesign.

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a peek at the redesign process of bellafaith design.

April 16, 2010

Redesigning my own site has proved to be a challenge. I originally wanted a design with some hand illustrated elements. At this point, I’m still leaning that way. Last night, I finished the floral illustration I have been working on. Now, I just need to figure out what I want to do with it! I [...]

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